Linsanity was a rare and crazy time in the NBA that will not be forgotten quickly.
Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the majority of Jeremy Lin's career.
The point guard showed enough during his time with the Knicks for the Houston Rockets to make a sizeable investment to the tune of a $25 million deal over three-years.
After underperforming, things went from bad to worse for Lin as he then moved to an L.A. Lakers team that only won 21 games in the Western Conference.
During a Facebook Live Q&A session, Lin revealed when he was at it his lowest in the game.
"The low point was obviously my rookie year - going to the D-League, getting cut, [and] those things - but I had experienced New York and everything, and I was getting down to another really low point. And that was tough for me, especially my season in L.A."
However, his time in Charlotte helped rejuvenate his jaded soul and they enjoyed a playoff run last term.
"Going to Charlotte was a breath of fresh air," Lin continued. "I learned so much from Cliff [Hornets coach Steve Clifford]. ... We played the right way, we moved the ball, we played as a team. It was just beautiful. It just brought back everything I thought basketball to be, and I had so much fun with it."
Lin is now with the Brooklyn Nets and he is hoping for more good times in the Big Apple.